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Ricoh Group Deploys Juniper's Network and Security Solutions to Modernize its Group-Wide Network Infrastructure

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Ricoh Group Deploys Juniper's Network and Security Solutions to Modernize its Group-Wide Network Infrastructure MX480 Front with Top View, Image Credit: Juniper Networks

Ricoh Group, the Japanese multinational imaging and electronics company has deployed Juniper Networks’ routing and security solutions to modernize and simplify the operations of its core networking and security infrastructure that supports approximately 500 locations and 34,000 users in Japan.

Ricoh Group has several partner companies and branches utilizing the same network. Coupled with the increase in cloud deployments, this led to more operational complexities and a lack of scalability over time. As such, a high-performance network was required to support the rising demand for increased bandwidth and to alleviate Ricoh’s existing network issues while simplifying operations across internet connectivity, WAN and LAN.

Juniper’s MX480 5G Universal Routing PlatformSRX5800 Services GatewayEX9214 Ethernet Switch and the data center fabric switch QFX5100 were deployed to address the various network issues while significantly improving operability, stability and security across the Ricoh Group’s network. At the core, the MX480 provides the agile infrastructure, pervasive security components and adaptive disaggregated software that offers the strong programmability required by the solution. Investment protection is also secured with the newly-released Juniper Penta silicon-powered MPC-10E line cards, which provides high-interface density at 1/10/100GbE, enabling 1.5 Tbps throughput per slot and inline data-plane security, eliminating complexity without any performance penalties.

Alongside the implementation of the SRX5800 firewall, Ricoh was able to streamline its network connectivity and secure its network infrastructure through advanced threat detection and prevention. The organization also deployed Junos OS to further automate and simplify its network operations.

Tomotake Wakuri, Digital Transformation Division, Ricoh
New threats continue to emerge as technology advances. With Juniper Networks, we receive guidance and detailed advice on how best to mitigate and prevent these threats, while ensuring that our network operates seamlessly. 

Tomohiro Furuya, Japan's Country Manager, Juniper Networks
Juniper Networks is pleased to play such a crucial role in significantly transforming Ricoh Group’s large-scale network into a simplified, secure and automated infrastructure. 

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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